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smart deference and pooling and sharing that several of you mentioned. you mentioned, as smart defense pooling -- also mentioned that. we have ensure that we do not pursue parallel programs, but actually compliment each other and ensure efficient use of taxpayer's money. no unproductive competition no dop indication of work. i could mention an excellent example how we have im-- embarked on what i would call a productive division of labor. at the chicago summit last year, european nato allies committed themselves to develop capacity within air-to-air refueling. overall, we have a lot of capacity within nato when comes to air-to-air refueling. we are dependent on u.s. capabilities. what we need is a european investment in that capability. so european allies knead commitment in chicago, and that's an excellent example how we can -- no reason for nato embark on that. .. and those meetings take place with io at 26, that is about participation. for the same reason the e.u. is a bit reluctant to have too many meetings with only 26 out of 27 members. if we suggest other issues are relevant, ko
career. thank you, ms. perry. (applause) >> our speaker this morning, the former secretary of defense william perry, i first met when he was the deputy secretary of defense, and he and mrs. perry came to korea where i was the c5j5 and i was assigned to escort them around. and i had a lot of those kinds of duties while i was assigned to korea. but it was the most pleasant experience i had and i say that honestly, to get to know these two people. and he then became our secretary of defense. and many of us that have served thought that he was one of the best secretary of defenses we've ever had. he's currently a senior fellow at the hoover institute and a freeman foley institute of international studies. he is the michael and barbara bavarian professor at stanford university and serves as co-director of the nuclear risk reduction initiative and preventive defense project. please help me welcome our speaker this morning, former secretary of defense william perry. (applause) >> what a pleasure it is to be aboard this symbol of america's millery power, the uss macon island. what a pleasure
the questions about smart defense and pooling and sharing that several of you mentioned. one of you mentioned smart defense pooling and be sharing -- and sharking. sharing. we have to insure that we do not purr see parallel -- purr see parallel programs, but actually complement each other and insure efficient use of taxpayers' money. no unproductive competition. no duplication of work. and i could mention an excellent example of how we have embarked on what i would call a productive division of labor. at the chicago summit last year, european nato allies committed themselves to develop capacity within air-to-air refueling. overall, we have a lot of capacity within nato when it comes to air-to-air refueling, but we are dependent on capabilities. what we need is a european investment in that capability. so european allies made that commitment in chicago, and that's an excellent example of how we can divide labor. no reason for nato to embark on that. that's for the european defense agency. and certainly, we need more cooperation and consultation and coordination when it comes to politics. and h
in self-defense. according to the prosecution, jodi arias is a skillful liar who used a pistol that she'd stolen from her grandparents' home to murder travis alexander. if the jury find her guilty of first-degree murder, she could face the death penalty. nbc's diana alviar is at the courthouse. diana, you have been following this trial from the beginning. it's been 17 weeks. how would you describe the case as it stands today? >> reporter: hi, martin. well, i can tell you for one thing it is definitely verdict day. there are news choppers dotting the sky. they're camped out right in front of the courthouse, spectators, family members and lots of members of the media. everybody waiting for this verdict. it's been four months. a very salacious trial. details that, you know, the kinds of things you'll never forget hearing in that kind of a courtroom. a very long time for everybody involved. everybody's just ready to hear that verdict. now there's just one charge against jodi arias. today we're going to find out what her fate is. and that jury, i was watching them throughout that trial. they
and take. she claimed she killed alexander in self-defense. you know the tv movie is coming. for now, it's the jury verdict we're awaiting. to phoenix, outside the courtroom torques set up what the jurors are considering. hey, dan. >> reporter: you framed it perfectly a sordid tale of sex, lies and a picture of jodi arias at scene next to the bloody body of her ex-boyfriend. a made for tv drama and for 18 days jodi arias was on that stand peppered with questions not only from both attorneys but also from the jurors. unprecedented, unusual, this system of justice in arizona. but after four months, the jury had deliberated about 16 hours and now they've reached a verdict. we understand the jurors assembled back into the courtroom and the media is just outside and we'll be let in shortly. in less than 30 minutes we'll know. it's not a hung jury so there's not guilty, then guilty of three separate crimes. one would be murder in the first degree, premeditated. the appellant, 25 years to life. another possibility would be the death penalty. second option of guilty, second-degree murder, the ap
>> libya's defense minister resigns over what he calls an assault on democracy. >> the top stories on "al jazeera." triesesident in london to win security over decades of conflict. attacks in as many days. pakistan bombings. one million babies die every year on the day they are born. we look at the tribe to get -- try to get women to have their babies in the hospital. hello, the president of somalia. sophia -- he is in london to discuss the future of somalia. he is hosting the event with david cameron. is also stepping up efforts to protect women. time we arehe asking the international -- we would do the work by ourselves but we need to support of the community. there are challenges, but we have the main one, which is building the security forces. seven months, we are moving [indiscernible] we believe this is the right time that somalia overcomes those challenges. by the end of the year, we are expecting the situation will be totally different than it is today. >> other issues we will be tackling is the issue of rape. we hear horrific stories about the -- violence against women. wh
to that as well as looking at the department of defense in response to that interest, u.s. air force and other components in europe along with european command looked at all basing and realignment consolidation and anything we could do to save money and infrastructure in europe, because we look at that as a precursor where we have capacity, so as part of that, there was an operational assessment done of every installation and of all the air force installations lodge sincere one that has no immediate requirement to support in the middle east and africa. the changes in airplanes and the type we move across the oceans means we do not use that facility anywhere near the rate we did 10 years ago so it's to reduce from a air wing base to an air wing -- and maintain custody of the fuel facility there which is very large and is a strategic asset to the united states but other than that there's no operational requirement that drives occupation ge-scale of lodges. >> if there did become an operational requirement for something like lodges, how would we -- what would we replace lodges with? don't have en
in the world if there was no real commitment in security and defense. the secretary-general spoke before a joint promontory committee. -- joint parliamentary committee. >> we have an exchange of views with secretary-general of nato on the future of european defense, a nato perspective. i will come secretary-general rasmussen to this meeting of our committee and they said committee of security and -- and the subcommittee of security and defense. six countries are represented. is almost a year since mr. rasmussen last [indiscernible] of nato chicago summit. this exchange of views is particularly timely bearing in mind the challenges of nato in light of the important discussion of european defense that is expected in the european council. i would underline that these two issues, operational challenges range from somalia to desire -- -- so my and zaire somalia and zaire. i would remind that the european parliament has been consistent in argument that the eu and nato are complementary , eurozations for european atlantic, and global security interest. i would emphasize that it is important to
doing more questioning and mocking of the defense than the prosecution. >> it will be interesting if we here from the jurors. it's fascinating to find out did they go in the room with one holdout when looking at first-degree murder or second degree? how did it develop? what were the services that -- conversations. >> trace, we've seen this before. juries surprise you. >> they always surprise you. we have to keep in mind three jurors in the process were dismissed. now you have a jury makeup of nine men and six women and we don't know the breakdown of the final jurors who did this. if you look at the makeup of the juror and questionnaires, dan talked about the fact she was on the stand 18 days, she fielded 220 questions from jurors. that is you be heard of when -- unheard of when the jury directly asks jodi arias what they think. part of the reason the jurors did ask for a lot of repeat evidence or different things the judge might have given them while deliberating. the jury was not sequestered. they began deliberations friday. they went home for the weekend and started on monday, working
an audience no matter how big or small. which may explain why, when the defense was ready to put on its case, the first witness they called. >> you may come forward and take a seat, please. >> reporter: was jodi arias. >>> coming up -- jodi's new defense, self defense as she takes the stand and almost won't get off. >> we hang out. we have sex. >> reporter: when "dateline" continues. : when "dateline" con. . get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. (scott harris. oh look there he is, look, there he is! scott! i know, i know. wooo! wahaha! that goofball ruined the picture. so glad he's wearing pants. no look it's fine, look at this, look. there, all gone. look at that, nice save! thank you. woah, that's cool! did you hear that? i'm cool! buy a gs4, get a samsung galaxy tab 2 for $199. exclusively at at&t. first, she told police she wasn't there. >> were you at travis' house on wednesday? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: next that masked home invaders had killed travis. then in court came version number three. >> do you solemnly swear to tell the truth. >> this time sh
as a serial liar and scorned ex-lover who killed travis alexander in a jealous rage. while the defense portrayed alexander as an abusive, controlling, sexual deviant who pushed arias to the edge. arias says she killed her ex in self-defense. that is her story now. she initially offered police several different versiones of what happened the night alexander was killed. first she denied having been there then blamed the attack on home invaders. eventually she said she and alexander were in the middle of a kinky encounter in the shower when she dropped his shower and he launched into a violent rage and she says she shot him in the face and stabbed him nearly 30 times. at 4:30 p.m. eastern you will hear the verdict in the jodi arias trial read live right here on cnn. let's get to cnn newsroom anchor ashleigh banfield outside the courthouse. you've been covering the story from the very beginning. for those of us who have not, walk us through this case. it seems like this trial was going to go on forever. what made it last so long? >> it may have seemed like it was going on forever but it wa
forth in the quadrennial defense review. those are all together. that's what an earlier question i feel comfortable that the timelines within the current draft will suggest that implementation is doable because a lot of that work is done. it's a matter of integrating those. and identifying the definitive in states that defined whether or not the border is secure or not and what those parameters are was those indicators are. to help us gauge whether, in fact, we do need more resources, whether we have to shift resources from one area to the other. >> thank you, mr. chairman. >> good questions but i just want to thank you for coming early and staying late yet again. as we all are, we all are. i want to thank -- walk back in time for little bit with you for asking another question or two. during the eight years i was privileged to be dealt governor of delaware, i would submit operating capitals to -- if they said secretary xyz, governor carper has suggested reallocate your department. for them to sentencing that's not right, this is what we really need. we would've been looking for a new c
yet again. she would finally admit to killing travis but claim it was self-defense. >> story one -- i wasn't there! i wasn't there. what are you talking about? version number two -- all right, yeah, i was there, but there were these two ninjas that came in and they killed travis and they threatened to kill me, and i was able to get out of there. story three -- i was there and i did it but i did it in self-defense because travis was going to kill me. >>> coming up, the trial. jodi takes the stand to give her side of the story. >> he called me a bitch and he kicked me in the ribs. the sleep number bed conforms to you. i wake up in the morning with no back pain. i can adjust it if i need to...if my back's a little more sore. and by the time i get up in the morning, i feel great! if you have back pain, toss and turn at night or wake up tired with no energy, the sleep number bed could be your solution. the sleep number bed's secret is it's air chambers which provide ideal support and put you in control of the firmness. and the bed is perfect for couples because each side adjusts independen
, effective systems of justice. >> defense secretary chuck hagel outlines aetna ennises to -- sexualives to outlaw predators. schmidt andric jericho and share their vision of the world or everyone is digitally connected. american history television, ray intelligenced war during the eisenhower administration. carter outlined how sequestration will affect the defense department's priorities. he says there will be serious repercussions to military readiness and training due to the automatic spending cuts. he spoke at the national press club and the questions from reporters after his remarks. this is one hour. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to the national press club. i want to welcome another one of our events. we are honored to have ashton carter. he was confirmed as a defense secretary, as deputy secretary of defense in october of 2011 as serving -- after serving as undersecretary since april 2009. and well-ry lauded known official to most of you. i would like to have a few questions after he finishes with his remarks. please direct those question to the subject at hand. let's give a
are leveraging with the department of defense them ram dumb of understanding recently signed last year and starting to get equipment that was previously purchased by the taxpayers we intend to use and test for our border security mission augmenting those things we already received from the department and deployed along with long-term detection capability. that is the first thing. the second thing, flexibility to dpe employ what in what type of technology and how we deploy that in different area. we have to have the flexibility built in. it's not a static state. third, less talked about capability we with the border patrol have to get better at. it may not be so much in term of dollar but profresh city our ability to increase the an let call capability. and how do we take the stuff we collect and leveraging both in term what want department has and experience and cvp has bimentding greater capability to understand the frame work where we design and implement our operation to understand what the measure mean. thank you for the opportunity, sir. >> mr. chairman, thank you. i would like t
will change her story yet again. she would finally admit to killing travis, but claim it was self defense. >> story one, i wasn't there. all right, i was there. but there was these two ninjas that were there and they killed travis and i was able to get out of there. story three, i was there. i dwid it. but did it in self defense because travis was going to kill me. >> coming up, the trial. jodi takes the stand to give her side of the story. >> he called me a bitch and kicked me in the ribs. itive?? have you eaten today? i had some lebanese food for lunch. i love the lebanese. i... i'm not sure. enough of the formalities... lets get started shall we? jimmy how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? happier than dracula volunteering at a blood drive. we have cookies... get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. how we get there is not. we're americans. we work. we plan. ameriprise advisors can help you like they've helped millions of others. to help you retire your way, with confidence. ♪ that's what ameriprise financial does. t
to killing travis, but claim it was self defense. >> story one, i wasn't there. all right, i was there. but there was these two ninjas that were there and they killed travis and i was able to get out of there. story three, i was there. i did it. but did it in self defense because travis was going to kill me. >> coming up, the trial. jodi takes the stand to give her side of the story. >> he called me a bitch and >> he called me a bitch and kicked me in the ribs. y diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ♪ the one and only, cheerios saved like $480 bucks. that's a lot of money. i know, right? wait...you have a car? yeah, an suv. [ male announcer ] switch and you could save $480 bucks with state farm. yeah, an suv. thein the blackberry hubets you peek ifrom any app. essages blackberry z10 with blackberry hub. built to keep you moving. see it in action at blackberry.com/z10. what makes a sleep number what makes a sleep number store different? you walk into a conventional mattress store, it's really not about you. they say, "well, if you w
story yet again. she would finally admit to killing travis, but claim it was self defense. >> story one, i wasn't there. all right, i was there. but there was these two ninjas that were there and they killed travis and i was able to get out of there. story three, i was there. i did it. but did it in self defense because travis was going to kill me. >> coming up, the trial. jodi takes the stand to give her side of the story. >> he called me a bitch and kicked me in the ribs. actually it can. neutrogena® ultra sheer. its superior uva uvb protection helps prevent early skin aging and skin cancer, all with the cleanest feel. it's the best for your skin. neutrogena® ultra sheer. like other precious things that start off white, it yellows over time. when it comes to your smile, if you're not whitening, you're yellowing. crest whitestrips whiten as well as $500 professional treatments. guaranteed. crest 3d white whitestrips. to get our adt security system. and one really big reason -- the house next door. our neighbor's house was broken into. luckily, her family wasn't there, but what if thi
a patient, claiming his untrained, unlicensed staff, gave her a deadly drug overdose. the defense attorney called the prosecution's leadist and ray sis. jurors deliberated for now a total of ten days. shannon, any update? reporter: well, we heard that announcement about 45 minutes ago that it appeared the courtroom was going to lock down and there was a verdict. our producer, who was inside and has covered this for weeks, said the judge word them there would be two, quote, burly bailiffs at the door. no electronic communications can be used. the judge said you will get contempt of court, which could be a fine or jail. so we're on a blackout now also we wait. 268 counts against gosnell. nine against his co-defendant. eileen o'neill. eight have already pleaded guilty, including first degree murder. those clinic workers then testified against gosnell. so all of the counts have to be read before we get the breaking news, running from the courtroom to us here so we can report it on the air. there are five murder charge gosnell is facing here. four of the first degree murder charges related to b
the defense was ready to put on its case, the first witness they called. >> you may come forward and take a seat, please. >> was jodi arias. >>> coming up -- jodi's new defense, self-defense, as we takes the stand, and almost won't get off. >> we hang out. we have sex. >> when "dateline" continues. le throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day 50+. gives you 1% cash back on all purchases plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone wants... ♪ 50% more doo wop ♪ 50% more buckarooooooooos ♪ 50% more yeeeaaahhhh!!!! ♪ 50% more yeah yeah [ male announcer ] the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on every purchase, plus a 50% annual bonus on the cash you earn. it's the card for people who like more cash. ♪ 50% more boogie ♪ what's in your wallet? cashhhhh!!! our seafood dinner for two for just 25 dollars! first get salad and cheddar bay biscuits. then choose from a variety of seafood entrées. plus choose either an appetizer or a dessert to s
her story yet again. she would finally admit to killing travis, but claim it was self-defense. >> story one, i wasn't there. wasn't there. what are you talking about? verse number two, all right, i was there. but there was these two ninjas that came in, and they killed travis and they threatened to kill me, and i was able to get out of there. story three, i was there. and i did it. but i did it in self-defense because travis was going to kill me. >> coming up, the trial. jodi takes the stand to give her side of the story. >> he called me a bitch and kicked me in the ribs. acne medicine from the wintergreen leaf treats breakouts. no parabens or harsh sulfates. for naturally clear skin. [ female announcer ] neutrogena® naturals. to get our adt security system. and one really big reason -- the house next door. our neighbor's house was broken into. luckily, her family wasn't there, but what if this happened here? what if our girls were home? and since we can't monitor everything 24/7, we got someone who could. adt. [ male announcer ] while some companies are new to home security,
yet again. she would finally admit to killing travis but claimed it was self-defense. >> story one, i wasn't there. wasn't there. what are you talking about? version number two. all right, yeah, i was there, but there were these two ninjas that came in, and they killed travis, and they threatened to kill me, and i was able to get out of there. story three, i was there, and i did it, but -- but i did it in self-defense because travis was going to kill me. >> coming up, the trial. jodi takes the stand to give her side of the story. >> he called me a bitch, and he kicked me in the ribs. [ male announcer ] the first look is only the beginning. ♪ ♪ this is a stunning work of technology. ♪ this is the 2013 lexus es and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. [ male announcer ] for a love that can endure any fashion trend, there's iams. with 50% more animal protein than other leading brands... ...to help keep his body as strong as his love. iams. keep love strong. ...to help keep his body as strong as his love. i've always kept my eye on her... but with so much hea
story yet again. she would finally admit to killing travis but claimed it was self-defense. >> story one, i wasn't there. wasn't there. what are you talking about? version number two. all right, yeah, i was there, but there were these two ninjas that came in, and they killed travis, and they threatened to kill me, and i was able to get out of there. story three, i was there, and i did it, but -- but i did it in self-defense because travis was going to kill me. >> coming up, the trial. jodi takes the stand to give her side of the story. >> he called me a bitch, and he kicked me in the ribs. the kyocera torque lets you hear and be heard even in stupid loud places. to prove it, we set up our call center right here... [ chirp ] all good? [ chirp ] getty up. seriously, this is really happening! [ cellphone rings ] hello? it's a giant helicopter ma'am. [ male announcer ] get it done [ chirp ] with the ultra-rugged kyocera torque, only from sprint direct connect. buy one get four free for your business. [ ship horn blows ] no, no, no! stop! humans. one day we're coming up with the theory of rel
exercise these defense that you find out then you have a gap in your systems, and if you find that out after the incident occurs lives are at stake. >> and you are ready to work with the law enforcement agencies were you able to work with israel and departments from israel? >> sending people to train us as a matter of fact the cut and had a tactic was taught to us why the israelis. >> the chair having been here when september 11th evan bayh remember how dark of a place washington became, but i know under your leadership and also senator lieberman under your leadership we were able to invest in a department and homeland security and i think what we saw after the bombs went off in the coordinated effort among the local state and federal law enforcement is what was envisioned as far as how we respond to an attack so i want to thank you, senator and also for your work in this area. >> the gentleman's time is expired. from utah for five minutes. >> thank you mr. chair. we are appreciative that a quick comment or two before i get in. you mentioned in your opening comments about the need for
devoted to all of these ig issues. we cannot have more cuts to defense. when the world is getting even more dangerous and complex around us. think about the various threats from terrorism in syria. even to north korea and the cyber threats in the world. so cutting defense makes no sense. we have got to find another way. only about 18% of the federal budget but it has had to absorb 50% of the cut in sequestration. >> last year everyone said there is no way the sequester was going to happen. sure enough it happens. do you have any confidence that congress will do something to fix this? there does not seem to be any momentum. >> i do think we have made progress in explaining to people in congress and in the public that 2/3 of the federal budget is entitlements are mandatory spending programs. even if you abolish all of the discretionary part of the budget, you would not have solved all of our issues. we will have to reform them in a way that pretax but exchanges in the future this is what we really need to solve. we have made progress in improving people's understanding. it is still up to
>> also today the heritage foundation hosts current and former deputy assistant defense secretaries from the obama and george w. bush administrations to talk about guantanamo bay prison in cuba and its detainee policy. president obama recently renewed his push to close the facility which he's described as lingering problem that will worsen if it remains open. his comments came amid a growing hunger strike at guantanamo that's spread in recent weeks to include about 100 of its 166 inmates. you can watch the discussion live over on c-span or listen to it on c-span radio at noon eastern. >> she's the first first lady to earn a college degree, and during the civil war soldiers serving under her husband called her the mother of the regiment. opposing slavery, she influences her husband to switch from the whig party to the anti-slavery republican party. and she hosts the fist annual white house -- first annual white house easter egg roll. meet lucy hayes, wife of rutherford b. hayes, as we continue our series on first ladies with your questions and comments by phone, facebook and twitter
european defense policy? military resources and budgets are dwindling. the uk and france estimate serious disastrous choices if we continue to operate under national flights only. wet ha crediblero. the time has come to pool our resources, particularly in light of the dwindling budget. but this is not the discourse we here in national parliament when discussing the economic crisis. the fact is that this is a vital move. will nato, therefore, clearly adopt such a position? that would be a first. nato has supported countries doing more within nato. will nato call for integration of the military resources of the new member states? >> thank you. >> good afternoon. two points -- the first, we all appreciate that an impediment to stronger relations between nato and the eu is always the turkey- cyprus problem. do you agree with me that it would be therefore prudent to ask the turkish prime minister [indiscernible] to be at the september meeting of the european council? i think if he is asked, it w be his first chance to speo his peers since 2004. that is a long time. secondly, following the trip
have to get through chara as well and the collective defensive play of the boston bruins. this is a good, solid defensive club and so attacking the puck and staying aggressive is important for toronto. >> bob: chris kelly. he and rich peverley on this line went 22 of 26 in game three and out there with jaromir jagr. chara, tipped through to center. mcclement is back. he is out there with colton orr. >> he ended up down at the goal line. mcclement was wisely back covering. >> bob: seidenberg steps to center and dumps the puck in. peverley scored a goal in game three. wade redden with a wrist shot and deflected. one of the point shots with a screen and this deflected wide. jagr works along the board where he is so effective and got some help from adam mcquaid to keep the puck in. redden down the boards and orr went down and all the way across the puck to hit him. shoot. rebound. another save by reimer on dan paille! that will get james reimer into the game. two big saves. joffrey lupul back on the ice in the attacking zone. kessel falls in behind him. takes the pass. he has
alleged accomplices are facing charges. within a few hours, the trial was adjourned until may 14. defense attorneys hae requested a new judge, alleging the current one is biased. the lawyers representing the victims' families criticize the tactic. >> it is what we suspected number rather than getting on with the trial and at least reading out the indictments, the defense defense is creating a smokescreen out of procedural issues. >> zschaepe's defense come -- complained they were forced to undergo searches before and -- before entering the courtroom while the process -- prosecution was spared the procedure. turkish officials were on hand, along with family members of the victims. >> i hope the trial runs smoothly. i firmly believe in the german justice system. i don't think i will be disappointed. >> outside the court, antiracism demonstrators mounted rockets protests amid -- raucous protests amid heightened security. >> we go to our correspondent at the courthouse. tell us more about why the trial has been adjourned today and how surprising is this long delay? >> this comes as a huge sur
a defense attorney. they have to say these things. can't just go with these circumstances. >> have you talked with family members in russia? >> i have talked to the mother, and i'm sure the mother would like to have him back. cut -- >> shepard: tell about about the conversation. >> she'd like to have him back. is it possible? don't know. we have tried some things that we thought would be successful but weren't. >> lounge are you willing to keep the body? >> i'm playing around with it today because the commonwealth of massachusetts is trying to arrange a burial. i have no desire to force cambridge do anything. i understand what they're feelings would be. a very diverse city. maybe that's not enough to handle it. maybe someplace in a cemetery might be owned by the state, cemetery in a small town where in one is going to notice. >> the head of the funeral home with us. now in possession over the remains or the older of the bombing suspects. >> heather hanson is with, a criminal defense attorney. this is a weird thing. i covered the bombing in oklahoma city. and they buried tim mcvey. i re
the nato, would you call on europe to form european defense policy? military resources and budgets are dwindling, the u.k. and france have to make serious disastrous choices if we continue to operate in the national flags only, we will not have a credible defense policy in europe so the time has come to pull our resources, particularly, in the light of dwindling budgets, but this is not a discourse that we hear in national parliaments when discussing the economic crisis. the fact is, though, it's a vital move. will nato, therefore, clearly adopt such a position? that would be a first. nato has always sought for countries to do more within nato, and i support the attitude, but will nato call for integration of the military resources of the e.u. member states? >> thank you. good afternoon, two points, first, we all appreciate that impediment to stronger relations between the e.u., is always the turkey-cypress problem. do you agree with me, therefore, prudent to ask the turkish prime minister to be at the december meeting of the european council? i think if he is asked, this will be h
to sell an advanced air defense system to the assad regime should lead us once again -- ask us whether the path to peace in syria really runs through moscow. i know americans are war-weary, eager to focus on our domestic and economic problems and not foreign affairs. i also know the situation in syria is complex, and there are no ideal options. but the basic choice we face is not complicated. do the costs of inaction outweigh the costs of actions? i believe they do. no one should think that the united states has to act alone, put boots on the ground, or destroy every syrian air defense system to make a difference for the better in syria. we have more limited option optt our disposal, including limited military options that can make a positive impact on this crisis. we could, for example, organize an overt and large-scale operation to train and arm well-vetted syrian opposition forces. a course of action that was recommended last year by president obama's entire national security team. i'm encouraged that senator menendez, chairman of the foreign relations committee, has introduced legi
in self-defense, diana. but this case has captivated so many people following trials in the courts and because of the jury. she stabbed him 22 times. cut his throat. shot him. went to his home to do all this and maintaines it was because she was the victim of do mest uk violence here. what are some of the reactions in and around there now that we know a verdict has come down? >> well, you know, i've been hanging out outside the courthouse this entire time and talking to spectators an find oing out what they have to say. i can tell you the vast majority of people outside the courthouse are convinced of her guilt. they will not be satisfied unless it is murder 1. they have told me they feel as though the prs koutor juan martinez was travis alex and are's voice from beyond the grif and that he was doing justice for travis alexander and they will not be satisfied unless jodi arias gets the death penalty. i've ahad a lot of exchanges on twitter. this has been discussed over social media and many people that reached out to me -- >> i think we just lost diana -- we hope to get her back --
melvin live in cleveland and a legal analyst and criminal defense attorney. bring us up to speed about this police department that's been revealed and allegations that these women have leveled against ariel castro. >> reporter: and also within the past hour or so it was revealed that during the initial search of the home investigators found a suicide note, a suicide letter that was written by ariel castro dated 2004 according to police in that note evidence that they would not provide to me but they did say among other things ariel castro claimed he was abused as a child. we should note there were roughly 200 pieces of evidence removed from that home so over the course of the next few days and weeks as they seek to build their case, they will be sifting through that evidence. again, details of that suicide note was something that was revealed just an hour or two ago. meanwhile, as you just indicated, ariel castro $8 million bond set by a judge this morning. he did not say anything in court. he held his head down. we're told that within the next 30 days that case will go before a grand
, stand up, identify yourself and your afghanistan as well. sir? >> thank you. >> i'm a national defense university professor, and recently arrived as a fellow so this is personal to me and so op which you've not talked about, and maybe you could understand the way we feel in pakistan. a lot of people told me the fact that it has its own strategic objectives to main tape its own interests, and one is to harm its own people, and so what i fail to understand is that why the american public finds that it's easy to demonize pakistan for not liking drones for the fact it's killing, killing their children of the country. there's many, many children that have died, and it's consistent effort where, by one hand, you provide money, especially in the 2010 floods, for example, but on the other hand, children are killed. >> we talked about positive applications was technologies, but, obviously, to people in pakistan, the face of drone technologies is there killing people, including those who are innocent. is that speak to, in your mind, congressman, is that a failure of u.s. policy? is that -- is th
launchers from its east coast. but south korea's defense ministry remains on alert against a possible ballistic missile launch. >>> north korea's armed forces minister has been removed after just six months on the job. kim took over last october. earlier this year he was named as a candidate to the political bureau of the ruling creek workers party and a member of the national defense commission. former army corps commander will replace him. he will be the first to lead the ministry since kim jong-un took power more than a year ago. >>> park geun-hye apologizes for what her office calls a disgrateful incident that happened last week during her trip to the united states. yoon chung junk has been fired as spokesperson because of a case of alleged sexual harassment. the president spoke about the scandal for the first time on monday. media in south korea say yoon sexually harassed a female temp worker at the south korean embassy in washington. yoon denies the allegation. park was on her first trip to the u.s. since taking office. >> translator: i am deeply sorry that my former staff membe
, creating defensible space and your home. >> reporter: it protects the structure from igniting by clearing vegetation thecal burn. >> reporter: george lang says the statewide average for defensible space is about 100 feet. this home is a bad example of defensible space. you can barely see the house. >> is the gutters are full of debris. tree material. dried vegetative material that could easily ignite if burning embers landed in it. the house could ignite through burning embers in the crack or direct flame. fire actually touching the house. >> reporter: down the street, lang found this home and says this is a great example of defensible separation space. >> you see they have cleared tall dry brush and grasses, they have limbed up the trees and they have got some vegetation they are keeping but it looks clean and and maintained. there is moisture in it. they have an irrigation system. really importantly, what you see there is the siding and the roof are in good shape. the roof itself has composition roof on it so it is less likely to ignite. there's good access down the driveway. the house
book was really an effort to take the temperature of public defense across the country and i visited a lot of public defenders offices, watched a lot of trials and discovered that there was a crisis in the court's that probably all of you are well aware of and really tried to dig in and find out what was going on and where all these problems were arising that we didn't have equal justice 50 years after gideon. what i would like to do is read a little section of the book first and talk for a few minutes and read a brief section. so, the section i'm going to read is in the conclusion because it's about public defenders in a conference i went to with public defenders since i thought there were probably quite a few of you in the audience, you might find it musing. i don't know. the national defenders association opened the conference in washington dc in 2011 addressed the crowd of 300 public defenders with a room with space for many more. does society demonize you? of course. do they suggest you are working for the wrong people? of course they do do they suggest you are work for thugs
. defense was getting out of control. andhe came to my defense, the president understood that this was not intentional. i was not sabotaging the program. thegan to realize that things that my old boss, the congressman, the third-party candidate in the 1980 campaign, said, "you cannot massively cut taxes and balance the budget, too." i thought that to be done through on his mathematics. by then, i was realizing it could not be done. it was pulled apart. the teams of horses were going in different directions, but i was for the direction. i was totally on board with the idea of shrinking the government, lowering the taxes as far as we could, taking the waste out of spending and reforming entitlements. but i knew we were going to have to make compromises and adjustments and probably make some deals with the democrats, and that is where the baker wing was. couldsed to think you govern by waving. ronald reagan like up close every day? >> he was a very amicable guy. a tremendous personality. i have been in politics and was in politics of long time. egos ofworld of massive people
of the force. the surveys are conducted every two years as was mandated in the national defense authorization act. this is the year we have survey results incorporated into the annual report. it will be included every two years from here on out. the surveys provide prevalence estimates for estimated occurrence for unwanted actual contact among the forces. we also included survey findings from the national intimate partner survey, a joint effort between the centers for disease control and the national institute of justice with the department of defense. first i will go through some of the key findings of the annual report and i will talk to you briefly about the strategic plan that the secretary announced. he covered some of the eight initiatives and i will be prepared to take questions. from the annual report, we have the principal findings. the prevalence of unwanted sexual contact increased for active duty women. it is defined as any offense in the full range of offenses from rape as a penetrating crime to abusive sexual contact. the survey gives prevalence for unwanted sexual contact, the
ear to ear. no self-defense. guilty of cold-blooded murder. and she watched stone-faced as jury returned the verdict. >> the state of arizona vs. jody ann arias verdict, count 1. we the jury duly impaneled and sworn in the above titled action on our oath do find the defendant as to count 1 first degree murder guilty. five jurors find premeditated. zero find felony murder. seven find both premeditated and felony. signed the foreperson. >> shepard: you heard the gasp in the court courtroom. the newly convicted killer showed little more emotion than quivering lip and singletary that went down her cheek. four month trial featured extremely graphic testimony about the killing and the defendant's sexual history. but the jurors clearly did not believe jodi arias when she claimed she killed travis alexander in self-defense. the shear brutality of this act may have been too much for the jury to overlook. five years after police found his verdict, the verdict released a flood of emotion in the courtroom and outside. the victim's family members openly weeped in the gallery as they realized
by strong and effective systems of justice. >> this weekend as he's been defense secretary hagel outlined initiatives to fight sexual assault in the armed services. saturday at 1:40 p.m. eastern. sunday morning at 1030 tonight, for missing diplomat in libya before the house oversight committee on the attack in benghazi. on c-span2's booktv this weekend, google's eric schmidt and jared cohen share their vision of world where everyone is digitally connected sunday morning at 10:45 a.m. and a c-span threes american history tv, former cia chiefs of the analyst ray cline on cold war intelligence during the eisenhower administration. sunday at three. >> live now on capitol hill in the rayburn house office building where the center for strategic and budgetary assessment is releasing a report today on the future of u.s. special operations. the vice president jim thomas and research fellow chris doherty will discuss the defiance of this report on how special operations have changed since nine 9/11. also on the and republican congressman max thornberry, the vice chair of the house armed services co
nuclear weapons at the expense of its people's well-being. the leaders said this did together and defense issues and would not tolerate threats from p'yongyang. >> back to germany now. relatives of the victims of a neo-nazi killing spree here have expressed disappointment over the postponement of a high- profile trial in munich. the court was adjourned on monday after defense lawyers accused the presiding judge of bias. >> the accused has been charged with publishing reports. you will hear from one of the family spirit first, this report. >> the securities and has been with the outside munich court, and the cleanup is under way. a surprise adjournment of the trial has angered many in germany. today, a defense lawyer has been defending his actions. >> all our client did yesterday was lodged a complaint of bias. we reject the accusation of holding up the trial. our client is still planning to fully utilize her legal rights. >> the trial has been postponed for a week because of allegations of bias against the chief judge. the legal team for the defense complained after they were searched for
that the russians don't continue selling defense hardware to the government in damascus. the latest reported that maybe the missile defense system will be sold. that's the latest cutting edge technology. that will be very destabilizing for israel, because those weapons could be used against any further attacks by israel over syrian airspace or maybe even move to the border with israel. this is very worrisome for israel. washington wants to make it clear that sale must stop. but david cameron is going to try to push through some new phrases in the sanctions being imposed now by the european union. he wants to remove a clause that says "non-legal weapons." -lethal. non a line of talk about syria in sochi. i suspect the meeting will go on for another hour or so yet. >> david, thank you very much. mentioning the fact that israel has its own concerns, the leader of hezbollah, now says that syria is willing to supply it with sophisticated new weapons. he made the comment just days after israel planes attacked targets in damascus to stop weapons from reaching has a l ezbollah. u.s. defence secretar
woman who acted in self-defense. this jury wasn't buying any of it. what they knew was that the prosecutor told them, they believed to be true was what the prosecutor told them. that jodi put a bunch of gas cans in her car, drove throughout the night, turned the plates up side down on a rental car, crawled into that residence and stabbed him 27 times, slit his throat from ear to ear and shot him above the right eye. >> i mean it's just -- just hearing it is incredibly gruesome. jeff, was there any surprise in the verdict? when this was happening, i know you and ash lie were standing there talking about the other cases. the public expected a guilty verdict. i'm thinking of examples like casey anthony, o.j. simpson. and, yet, juries did not return that verdict. did this surprise you today that it was so clear cut? >> no. this was such an overwhelming case. when you look at the magnitude of the injuries, when you look at jodi arias's conduct, undisputed conduct before these acts of premeditation, after all the lies, plus the brutality of the crime, i think any verdict
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